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... it was rubbish, and we didn’t find the spice market because the heat and the craziness of the people in the area encouraged us to stop looking. Our book said not to go to Old Delhi on your first day in India because it will drive you mad, but this can also be true for your last day of India.
And so that was the end for me. It was over. The next morning my flight back to London left at 1pm. I went with Virgin Atlantic and the plane was brand ...
... br> expensive, and don't they know it, guess they are on display in the
Now,Tuesday have spent the day around Delhi. We were greeted this morning, not far from hotel, with some rather large trucks which contained water cannon and a temporary prison,evidently they were expecting a demonstration as parliament opened today. We then visited Jama Masjid Mosque, India's largest mosque, again from Shah Jahan, the founder of Old Delhi. We then drove around ...
... dogs--some with little sweaters on and I was wondering who puts them on these poor dogs. Our dog Sam is like a king dog compared to the dogs here. Making arrangements to go the Taj Mahal tomorrow with our family alone. Our driver will arrive at 7am and we will have a guide waiting for us at the Taj. Tonight we will go to my cousin Vandana's for dinner. She has arranged a very special tandoor caterer at her house so it will be truly ...
... that I learned that although you actually do get used to the constant horns tooting, if you happen to be in a tunnel when the vehicle next to you leans on his horn you'll probably have to spend the next couple of minute scraping your eardrums off the ceiling. Methinks if I'm gonna make the most of my full day tomorrow I'll be needing some manner of plan ...
... curiosity and kindness and other times not so much. There were times cameras were turned on us as we went about our day, often times I would look around and a cell phone was aimed at us. A young family we came cross at the Taj literally threw their two week daughter into Barry's arms as they wanted her to be photographed with a male foreigner, once that was done I was asked to join in. While caring for Lilly we stayed in a lovely complex with a mix of town homes and ...